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Designed to conquer slightly different terrain than the Trepador Bias, the Creepy Crawler also features a conformable bias ply casing to maximize the contact patch on uneven off-road terrain. The unique pattern and sidewall design excels on mud and rocky terrain. Features & Benefits include the following: Special construction design allows the tire to conform to different terrain surfaces for maximum rock-crawling performance. Stone ejectors provide protection against tread cap damage from sharp rocks. Unique multi-edged knob design and sipe arrangement enhance traction on slippery surfaces. Large shoulder lugs and sidewall design provide unparalleled side bite in difficult off-road terrain. DOT ? Approved. M&S All-Season rated.
Off Road and Highway Driving. I've run Pitbull Rockers, Maddogs, BF Goodrich Krawlers and IROKS. The Creepy Crawlers are the best tire I've run. The closest competitor are the Pitbull Rockers. Pitbull used to be the tire of choice because of the high performance and low cost but their prices are comparable to the Creepy Crawlers now. If you're going to pay the high price you want the best tire and Maxxis Creepy Crawler is the best in my opinion. The Maxxis is better than the Rocker, Krawler or IROKS on the rocks and far superior to the Krawler and IROKS in the mud. Maxxis and Rocker are comparably equal in the mud. Only tire I've seen better in the mud is the Super Swamper. I'm an Southeast coast wheeler so the rocks I'm basing my review on are the clay covered, slippery rocks of Kentucky, Tennessee, NC and Georgia. The tread life is horrible. On my first set of 38.5's I got 15,000 miles with about 1/4 tread left with a lot of highway driving and some off roading. I'm on my second set and trailer my rig which is an 03' Wrangler almost everywhere now to save the tread. I rotated every 2500 miles on the first set but will be rotating every 2000 miles on my new set. I air down until the guage reads 0 and not even a noticeable bulge in the tire. It does wrap around and grip the rocks when wheeling. I do not run beadlocks and never popped a bead even at the 0 pressure. This is an excellent off road tire.
Third set on my TJ Jeep. They turn heads with the massive lugs and side wall pattern. I needed to air them down to get even tread to the asphalt. If the balance is not right tires will hop then the lugs will start to cup. I always rotate them front to back to get the lugs to ware even when they did cup. All said if you keep them in check they are awesome on the trail, in a hole, or climbing the rocks. They dig holes in the soft sand. But there not a sand tire.
I read on a forum that there are two different iterations of this tire, a "competition" compound and a "street" compound. Are you aware of this distinction and could you tell me which version this tire is (if there really are different versions)? Also, if there are different versions, could you tell me the difference?
Asked by Toph from Alexandria, VA on
Hi Toph, These Maxxis Tires 38x13.00-15LT, Creepy Crawlers are a load range D which is an 8 ply design. We are not aware of different compounds on this tire from Maxxis, thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Alexandria, VA on
I not only use my truck for extreme off road but a daily driver as well. Would this tire be okay and if not do you have any suggestions on what aggressive tire would be good? My truck is a 2006 dodge diesel. Getting a 6"-8" lift (Bds).
Asked by cap'n Kringle from austin, texas on
Hello, These Maxxis Creepy Krawlers are more of a soft read they perform amazing offroad and but wear down faster then your standard tire on the highway. If you are looking for something aggressive with a good tread life the Pro Comp Mt2 and the Maxxis Big horn both last very well on and off road. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by [email protected] from austin, texas on
Will these tires also perform good in the sand?
Asked by Joe from OC on
Hello, Yes these are a good offroad tire. They will do very well in the sand. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by JordanC extension4833 from OC on
Founded in 1967, Georgia-based Maxxis Tires are constructed to stand up to punishing off-road conditions with superior traction on uneven terrain and sport groundbreaking designs. Choose from different style tires for Jeeps and ATVs with a wide range of sizes, diameters and tread types. Maxxis manufactures tires for race competition, daily drivers and for extreme off-roaders and their reputation for strength and durability precedes them. We carry Creepy Crawlers, Trepadors, Bighorns and many different ATV tires for enthusiasts who value improved steering and braking. When you're looking for smoother rides and improved safety and longer lasting peak performance on the trail and beyond, look to Maxxis. Shop Maxxis Tires Now